yellowbell alamanda

Rookie - 1 Points (september 29 1983 / samar)

Suffocating Boredom - Poem by yellowbell alamanda

Let's go somewhere,
I don't want to be here,
I want more.
Give me light
give me air
help to fight
this suffocating boredom.
My lung is dry
I can't cry
everything turned to black
now, I can't see the way back
why I'm here, so stuck
the silent is suffocating boredom.
I'd peek on the hole
from this solid wall
I saw a wide field
that they have said
I want to be there
just don't know how
I need to be out, before I become insane
I'm listening this silence
and it's suffocating boredom.
Talk to me, just don't stare
let's go somewhere,
where I could find another me
see a different shape of life
how does it like, without a strike
of suffocating boredom.
I'm afraid, my dreams are fading
freedom is hiding,
I feel like drowning
in the middle of thick smoke,
alone in suffocating boredom.
Suffocating boredom.

~~~ Yellowbell Alamanda~~~~~

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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